Donald Trump forced the authorities to declare the 2020 elections irregular, writes the New York Times. A law to reduce the influence of the European Court of Human Rights is before the British Parliament, the Guardian reports. A shipment of heavy weapons has arrived from Germany, Ukrinform reports, as if Croatia supported Ukraine’s entry into the EU. Moscow warns of serious consequences for Lithuania due to the blockade of Kaliningrad, RT reports. TV Pink is outlawed, Danas reports
(Illustration, Parliament will face the annulment of the Human Rights Act, including the reduction of the influence of the European Court, which the government calls the re-establishment of British sovereignty, reports the Guardian)

The former American president pressured the authorities to declare theft in the 2020 elections when he was defeated. The British Parliament will face a law that should reduce the influence of the European Court. A German shipment of weapons in the form of “Panzerhaubica 2000” arrived in Ukraine. Croatia supported Ukraine’s entry into the EU. Lithuania will suffer serious consequences because of Kaliningrad, reports from Moscow. TV Pink has been outlawed for years.

Trump’s attempt to stay in power

“Trump pressured states to recognize election theft,” is the headline on the front page of the New York Times, which deals with “a clear picture of his direct involvement in the plan to retain power.” The House of Representatives, which is dealing with the attack on the Capitol on January 6, directly connected Donald Trump with the idea of ​​putting the votes of his voters in the foreground, and published fresh details about how the former president wanted to show that he was harassing, persuading and bluffing. his defeat in 2020 was faked. The data showed that the former president and a group of his associates besieged election officials from various countries after the results were announced.

The central photo shows the old woman climbing the ruined bridge between Lisichansk and Severodonetsk in Ukraine. The title of the text below is “The Way for Apples over the last bridge that still stands”. Although the locals say that the bridge was mined and the army points out that it was shot earlier and will be targeted again, Svetlana Zivaga (54) headed over the ladder to climb the bridge and “cross what has become the most dangerous river crossing in the world.”


The law in London is “stronger” than the EU

The British government will try to override the decision of the European Court of Human Rights today after a judge in Strasbourg blocked the deportation of asylum seekers to Rwanda, is the main story on the front page of the Guardian. Parliament will face the annulment of the Human Rights Act, including the reduction of the influence of the European Court, which the government calls the re-establishment of British sovereignty. Activists and lawyers call this a historic step, claiming that the government systematically undermined the rights of the people in order to be “untouchable” for the court.

The central photo is reserved today for the British who celebrated the summer equinox in Stonehenge, Wiltshire, for the first time in three years. Thousands of people descended to the famous stone circle, which has been banned since 2019.


“Panzerhaubice” arrived

As part of the security aid, Germany delivered the first shipment of artillery units “Panzerhaubice 2000” to Ukraine, reports the Ukrainian news agency Ukrinform. The Minister of Defense of Ukraine, Oleksiy Rezenikov, confirmed that the shipment had arrived and that now, with a trained crew, it is part of the armed forces of the state. Rezenikov thanked Germany, stating that Ukraine continues to count on its help. “Pancerhaubica 2000” was produced in the 1990s in Munich and hits targets more than 30 kilometers away with standard projectiles.

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, talked on the phone with the Prime Minister of Croatia, Andrej Plenković, and thanked him for his support in obtaining the status of a candidate for membership in the European Union, is another news that Ukrinform publishes on its portal this morning. Zelenski added that the decision of the “Three Seas” Initiative to include Ukraine as a participant will improve Ukrainian-Croatian relations in the field of energy, transport and infrastructure.


“Serious consequences” because of Kaliningrad

The Lithuanian ban on the flow of goods to Kaliningrad is already affecting traffic, officials from this Russian region pointed out, and RT reports in a separate news item. Partial restrictions on freight transport also apply to road vehicles passing through Lithuania, so that goods can now only be transferred by sea, the local government of Kaliningrad said. Lithuanian Railways has stopped transporting goods because it is under EU sanctions. Both Vilnius and Brussels pointed out that this is not a blockade, that this will affect about 50 percent of the goods that are transferred from the Russian coast to Kaliningrad, but that it is only the implementation of the embargo. The head of the Russian Security Council, Nikolai Patrushev, said that Moscow would respond to the current blockade and that it would have “serious negative consequences for the people of Lithuania.”

The Russian news house RT reports the news from the German press that this country is preparing to launch the second phase of the emergency plan on the issue of natural gas in about five to 10 days. The so-called “alarm phase” starts when there are difficulties in gas supply or extremely high demand, “which leads to a situation of significant reduction in supply, but in which the market can still cope with it without having to take internal measures,” he explained. German Ministry of Economy.


Vučić talked to Borelj

Serbia, Albania and Northern Macedonia are announcing their position today, Politika writes on the front page, with the headline “Open Balkans’ still weighs on the road to Brussels”. The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, informed the head of diplomacy, Giuseppe Borel, that a joint decision of the three countries on possible participation in the summit of the EU and the Western Balkans in Brussels will be announced today at noon. The EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy expressed satisfaction with the progress made in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue.

“Prosecution: Hrkalovic’s public appearances have no probative value,” is another headline at the top of the page. The Prosecutor’s Office for Organized Crime announced that the public appearance of the former state secretary of the Ministry of the Interior has no probative force and that as such it cannot be considered relevant and credible.


TV Pink outlawed

The newspaper Danas publishes reactions to the TV duel between Zeljko Mitrovic and Sava Manojlovic in the show “Right Angle” with the title “TV Pink has not respected the law for years”. In the report for 2020, REM states that RTV Pink did not broadcast any show of cultural, artistic and children’s programs in the observed period, that the educational program participated with 0.01 percent, and the documentary with 0.04 percent. “Mitrovic managed to move his program to the RTV studio and drag his interlocutors into a reality discussion with an unbearable cacophony in which the loudest and most obscene, that is, the craziest, is heard the most,” says Zeljko Bodrozic. Igor Božić estimates that it is difficult to report the conclusion from such confrontations, “because there was no exchange of arguments, primarily from Mitrović’s side, but a lot of insults and high tones”.

How many households have 2,000, and how many 5,000 euros a month, asks the paper with the title “About one percent of people from Serbia have money for ‘ideal life’.” The average household, which is among the 10 percent of the richest in Serbia, has only 1,388 euros a month.

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